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a new era

Farewell Books picks up where Domy left off with community-oriented, ship-like space

By Caitlin M. Ryan

Mikaylah Bowman and Travis Kent aren't ones to take bad news lying down. Rather, they're an impressively industrious pair.  Upon news of Domy's December closure (the beloved of ...

Indie Scene

Three edgy cartoonists, two nights: Indie comics artists storm Austin

By Shannon McCormick

Austin is pretty familiar with playing host to visiting musicians, filmmakers, authors and other cultural types, often working at the tops of their fields. Oh, you saw Cate Blanchett downtown? Anth ...

open doors

One-stop-megashop: Four creative ventures shack up within Domy Books

By Caitlin M. Ryan

Where many might choose to close their doors during tough economic times, Russell Etchen of Domy decided to open his even further. The owner of the intelligently artsy bookstore crammed with ha ...

Lit Out Loud

Bitchin' women writers on tour: Southern Summer Comfort kicks off at Domy

By Sofia Sokolove

As if this summer weren't hot enough, a bunch of bitchin’ women writers are about to spend the next few weeks in a rental van touring the South like some sort of badass rock band, bringin ...

lit life

Nick Courtright and Julie Choffel bring two nights of poetry to Austin this week

By Samantha Pitchel

As we enter the summer's hottest, stickiest stretch, there's nothing better than a good book (and a cold drink) to get us through those hazy afternoons and all too short weekends.  ...

new trailer in town

New trailer Schmaltz puts a veggie spin on classic Jewish deli fare

By Beth Lebwohl

New York City, my hometown, needs another delicatessen like a hole in the head. Austin, on the other hand, could use a little oomph in the Jewish food department, which is why I rejoiced when I hea ...

double release party

Could indie comics be Austin's next burgeoning "it" scene?

By Shannon McCormick

Okay, I’m going to go out on a limb here and predict that future chroniclers of Austin’s incipient (we hope!) indie comics boom will look back at the Double-Comic Release Party by Willi ...

Book Lovers Reading Club: Amelia Gray's Threats

Amelia Gray is the author of the story collections AM/PM and Museum of the Weird, which won the Ronald Sukenick/American Book Review Innovative Fiction Prize. In March, 2012, Farrar, Strauss &

American Short Fiction presents: Jess Stoner and Justin Sirois

American Short Fiction is proud to present two rising stars and stellar performers reading from their new books. Jess Stoner's I Have Blinded Myself Writing This (Short Flight/Long Drive)

Beauty is Embarrassing: Wayne White Book Signing

Wayne White is an American artist, art director, illustrator, puppeteer and much, much more.   Born and raised in Chattanooga, Wayne has used his memories of the south to create inspi

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